ME 522 Heat Transfer
Exam II Spring 2009
Open Book/Closed Notes
1. Follow the HW format.
2. Do not erase scratch-work cross out and continue. No re-grade requests will be honored if
your answer script shows any signs of erasure.
3. Please write legibly no

ME 522 Heat Transfer
Exam III Fall 2012
Closed Book/Closed Notes
1. Follow the HW format: Beginning with a
schematic incl. a coordinate system if applicable.
2. Please write legibly no partial credit will be
given for messy, unreadable work.
3. Do not era

Heat Transfer in Internal Flow1
Relevance HVAC, refrigeration, heat-pumps;
power plants (nuclear/coal; automobile as well as
jet engines); solar thermal collectors; geothermal
cooling/heating; petro-chemical and pharmaceutical processes; biomedical device

Study Guide for Heat Transfer: In-Class Exam I
Chapter 1: The Laws (or Equations) for Heat Transfer Rate q (or Flux, q")
for the Three Modes:
a) Conduction (Fourier's Law)
b) Convection (Newton's Law of Cooling)
c) Radiation (Stefan-Boltzmann Eq)
And tyin

ME 522 Heat Transfer
Exam III Spring 2013
Open Book/Closed Notes
1. Follow the HW format: Beginning with a
schematic incl. a coordinate system if applicable.
2. Please write legibly no partial credit will be
given for messy, unreadable work.
3. Do not era

ME 522 Heat Transfer
Exam I Fall 2010
Open Book/Closed Notes
1. Follow the HW format. Begin with a schematic, including a coordinate system if applicable,
labeling all the variables used in your analysis.
2. Please write legibly no partial credit will be

ME 522 Heat Transfer
Exam III Spring 2011
Open Book/Closed Notes
1. Follow the HW format. Begin with a schematic,
including a coordinate system if applicable.
2. Please write legibly no partial credit will be
given for messy, unreadable work.
3. Do not er

ME 522 Heat Transfer
Exam II Fall 2009
Open Book/Closed Notes
1. Follow the HW format. Begin with a schematic, including a coordinate system if applicable,
labeling all the variables used in your analysis.
2. Please write legibly no partial credit will be

ME 522 Heat Transfer
Exam I Fall 2011
Closed Book/Closed Notes
1. Follow the HW format. Begin with a schematic, including a
coordinate system if applicable.
2. Please write legibly no partial credit will be given for
messy, unreadable work.
3. Do not eras

Study Guide for Heat Transfer: In-Class Exam II
Chapter 4: 2D Steady Conduction (Ignore for Fall 2014)
Shape Factors: Know your geometry; pay attention to the units (2D? 3D? per unit length?)
Graphical Analysis: Know the difference as well as the relation